Thrive Global, which offers an AI-powered behavior change platform to improve employee well-being, raises $80M Series C led by Kleiner Perkins and Owl Ventures
A behaviour change technology business based in NYC, Thrive Global, secured $80 million in Series C funding.
With participation from current institutional shareholders IVP and JAZZ Venture Partners as well as a fresh investment from funds managed by Goldman Sachs Asset Management, the round was co-led by Mamoon Hamid of Kleiner Perkins and Owl Ventures. Along with the money, Ian Chiu, Managing Director at Owl, and Hamid will join Thrive’s Board of Directors.
The money will be used by the business to keep growing its operations and clientele.
Through an AI-powered behaviour change technology platform, Thrive Global, which was founded by Arianna Huffington in 2016, enables both individuals and companies to increase wellbeing, performance, and mental resilience. The business’s Microsteps, which are simple, scientifically supported steps to boost productivity.
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